Longman English Grammar Practice Book PDF

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हम व्याकरण क्यों सीखते हैं (Why do we learn grammar)?
व्याकरण सीखने की खातिर व्याकरण सीखने का कोई मतलब नहीं है। व्याकरण संचार की समर्थन प्रणाली है और हम इसे बेहतर संवाद करने के लिए सीखते हैं। व्याकरण भाषा के क्यों और कैसे की व्याख्या करता है। हम इसे सीखते हैं क्योंकि हम इसके बिना नहीं रह सकते। इसके लेखक L.G. Alexander है।

Contents –

The sentence

  • Sentence word order
  • The simple sentence: verbs with and without objects
  • The simple sentence: direct and indirect objects
  • The compound sentence
  • The complex sentence: noun clauses
  • The complex sentence: relative pronouns and clauses
  • The complex sentence: ‘whose’; defining/non-defining clauses
  • The complex sentence: time, place, manner
  • The complex sentence: reason and contrast
  • The complex sentence: purpose, result and comparison
  • The complex sentence: present participle constructions
  • The complex sentence: perfect/past participle constructions

Nouns

  • One-word nouns
  • Compound nouns
  • Countable and uncountable nouns (1)
  • Countable and uncountable nouns (2)
  • Number (singular and plural) (1)
  • Number (singular and plural) (2)
  • Gender
  • The genitive

Articles

  • The indefinite article: ‘a/an’ (1)
  • The indefinite article: ‘a/an’ (2)
  • The definite article: ‘the’ (1)
  • The definite article: ‘the’ (2)
  • The zero article (1)
  • The zero article (2)

Pronouns

  • Personal pronouns
  • ‘One’
  • ‘It’ and ‘one/some/any/none’
  • Possessive adjectives and possessive pronouns (‘my/mine’)
  • Reflexive pronouns (‘myself’)
  • Demonstrative adjs/prons (‘this’); ‘some/any/no’ compounds (‘someone’)

Quantity

Adjectives

  • Formation of adjectives
  • Position of adjectives
  • Adjectives that behave like nouns; ‘-ed/-ing’ endings
  • Adjectives after ‘be’, ‘seem’, etc.; word order of adjectives
  • The comparison of adjectives

Adverbs

  • Adverbs of manner
  • Adverbs of time
  • Adverbial phrases of duration
  • Adverbs of frequency
  • Adverbs of degree
  • Intensifiers
  • Focus adverbs
  • Viewpoint adverbs, connecting adverbs and inversion

Prepositions, adverb particles and phrasal verbs

  • Prepositions, adverb particles and conjunctions
  • Prepositions of movement and position; prepositions of time
  • Particular prepositions, particles: contrasts (1)
  • Particular pr~positions, particles: contrasts (2)
  • Particular prepositions, particles: contrasts (3)
  • Phrasal verbs: Type 1, verb+ preposition (transitive)
  • Phrasal verbs: Type 2, verb+ particle (transitive)
  • Phrasal verbs: Type 3, verb+ particle (intransitive)

Verbs, verb tenses, imperatives

  • The simple present and present progressive tenses (1)
  • The simple present and present progressive tenses (2)
  • The simple past tense
  • The simple past and past progressive tenses
  • The simple present perfect and present perfect progressive
  • The simple past perfect and past perfect progressive tenses
  • The simple future tense
  • The simple future, the future progressive, the future perfect
  • ‘Going to’ and other ways of expressing the future
  • The imperative 

Be, Have, Do

  • ‘Be’ as a full verb (1)
  • ‘Be’ as a full verb (2)
  • ‘There’ + ‘be’
  • Verbs related in meaning to ‘be’
  • ‘Have’ as a full verb= ‘possess’; ‘have got’= ‘possess’
  • ‘Have’ as a full verb meaning ‘eat’, ‘enjoy’, etc.
  • ‘Do’ as a full verb

Modal auxiliaries and related verbs

  • The two uses of modal verbs
  • Uses of modals (etc.) to express ability and inability
  • Uses of modals (etc.) to express permission and prohibition
  • Uses of modals (etc.) to express certainty and possibility
  • Uses of modals to express deduction
  • Uses of modals for offers, requests and suggestions
  • Expressing wishes, etc.: ‘I wish’, ‘if only’, ‘it’s (high) time’
  • Expressing preferences: ‘would rather’ and ‘would sooner’
  • ‘It’s advisable .. .’/’It’s necessary .. .’
  • ‘It isn’t advisable .. .’/’It isn’t necessary .. .’/’It’s forbidden’
  • Modals to express habit: ‘used to’, ‘will’ and ‘would’
  • ‘Need’ and ‘dare’ as modals and as full verbs
  • ‘Would/wouldn’t’; ‘that … should’; ‘there’ + modal

The passive and the causative

  • General information about form
  • Uses of the passive
  • Form and use of the causative

Questions, answers, negatives

  • Yes/No questions, negative statements, Yes/No answers
  • Alternative negative forms and negative questions
  • Tag questions and echo tags
  • Additions and responses
  • Question-word questions (1): ‘Who(m) … ?’,’What … ?’
  • Question-word questions (2): ‘When?’, ‘Where?’, ‘Which?’, ‘Whose?’
  • Question-word questions (3): ‘Why?’, ‘How?’
  • Subject-questions: ‘Who?’, ‘What?’, ‘Which?’, ‘Whose?’
  • Questions about alternatives; emphatic questions with ‘ever’

Conditional sentences

  • Type 1 conditionals
  • Type 2 conditionals
  • Type 3 conditionals
  • Mixed conditionals; ‘unless/if … not’, etc.

Direct and indirect speech

  • Direct speech
  • ‘Say’, ‘tell’ and ‘ask’
  • Indirect statements with tense changes
  • Indirect questions with tense changes
  • Uses of the to-infinitive in indirect speech
  • When we use indirect speech

The infinitive and the ‘-ing’ form

  • The bare infinitive and the to-infinitive
  • The bare infinitive or the ‘-ing’ form; the to-infinitive
  • Verb(+ noun/pronoun)+ to-infinitive
  • Adjectives and nouns + to-infinitive
  • The ‘-ing’ form
  • Verb+ the ‘-ing’ form
  • Adjectives, nouns and prepositions+ ‘-ing’
  • The to-infinitive or the ‘-ing’ form?

Longman English Grammar Practice Book PDF

Longman English Grammar Practice for Intermediate Students

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